For more than a decade, the year-old taxi driver has photographed the two cities' shape-shifting qualities from his car as the traffic lights turn red, or while he waits for his next passenger. In one image, two schoolgirls on bicycles ride across a zebra crossing as lights dart around them like fireflies. In another, a woman disappears down a dimly-lit Yokohama street flanked on either side by shops. Enomoto takes photographs throughout his night shift, then overlays multiple shots to create a dreamlike effect with varying exposures. The resulting pictures offer ethereal glimpses of individuals before they fade into the night. The photographer's work has been exhibited as part of a group show at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum.
Day I saw a sailor running along the street grabbing any and every girl in sight. Whether she was a grandmother, stout, thin, old, didn't make a difference. I was running ahead of him with my Leica looking back over my shoulder but none of the pictures that were possible pleased me. Then suddenly, in a flash, I saw something white being grabbed. I turned around and clicked the moment the sailor kissed the nurse. If she had been dressed in a dark dress I would never have taken the picture.